Brut Rosé Cuvée 1814


Brut Rosé Cuvée 1814

A collaboration with our founder’s Tenuta Il Bosco estate in Oltrepò Pavese, this sparkling wine is created in the metodo classico and is 100% Pinot Noir of DOCG designation. A true rosé, the radiant color is imparted by brief contact with the skins, after pressing. Ideal for celebrations as well as for fine companionship with dining, the Cuvée 1814 honors the date of Thomas Jefferson’s design for Governor Barbour’s landmark mansion at our estate, a Virginia historic landmark.



Cellar Life


This Cuveé is assembled four years prior to release and composed from at least two vintages. Then the wine is fermented and aged on its lees for a minimum of 36 months.

Fermentation Following limited contact with the grape skins, in bottle in the metodo classico developed in Champagne, produced from DOCG Pinot Noir, estate bottled at our founder's Tenuta Il Bosco in Oltrepò Pavese. The dosage is selected by our winemaker Luca Paschin
Aging On the lees in bottle for 36 months
Composition Pinot Noir 100%
Analysis Alcohol, 12%
Residual Sugars, 1.0%
Total Acidity, 8.9%

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